A hundred-thousand pounds of protestantism

Posted: July 31, 2013 in catholicism, christian living, ecclesia, harlot church, Jesus

Let’s say I can lift one-hundred pounds.

If you were to ask me to catch a million pound weight I would have to tell you that such a weight would crush me and there is no possible way to catch it. If you then asked me to catch a half million pound weight I would have to answer in the same way. Even if you lower it down to a hundred-thousand pounds, it makes no difference, it may as well be a million still. When we are dealing with weights that are so far beyond a legitimate amount the exact numbers no longer are relevant.

Take the various sects of modern christendom. They are all, for the most part, so far outside of legitimate new testament christianity the differences are no longer that relevant. Lets say rome is full of a million pounds of demonic garbage. The orthodox, jw’s mormons, sda’s are up there too around the million pound range. Then we have the hundred-thousand pounds of evangelical protestantism which seems so much more bearable compared to the others. Yet instead of comparing it to the others it is important to compare it to the new testament. In that way it is easily seen as a heavy yoke that the Lord never intended for any of his called out ones to carry.

I admit there are places that would identify with evangelical protestantism where the weight is much lighter, with more true believers in there, but it is still much too heavy of a yoke. There may even be places in the rcc that only weigh a quarter million, but that too is an unbearable burden.

“Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light.” -Jesus

The only true place of rest is in Jesus, but harlot church is not happy with that and seeks to seduce us into believing we need Jesus AND her.  Beware of such places. [edit]

  1. TJ says:

    Great post Jim. Love illustration and layout. Thanks again brother

  2. Al Nelson says:

    Amen brother, it seems when you point out relevant things that the IC should abandon in favor of Christ, the disciple in the IC commonly says something along the lines of “well there are many abuses for sure but there are many humble pastors, theologians, etc.” But what occurs to me is often not how humble one is, though very crucial, but that the humbleness of that person brings him or her to the point that they understand nothing else can bring them to Christ, but Christ alone. Nothing else is needed nor desired by our Christ. Buildings and doctrine only ad to the Word of God.

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